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Danger level 9
Type: Trojans
Common infection symptoms:
  • Connects to the internet without permission
  • Installs itself without permissions
  • Slow Computer
  • Slow internet connection
  • System crashes

Program:Win32/TinyProxy

Program:Win32/TinyProxy is a backdoor Trojan which was first detected in 2009. The infection is still strong and cyber criminals use it to drop malignant applications onto already exposed operating systems. The application can be infiltrated on a computer both manually and automatically because of its components. It has been found out that the infection can add and delete proxies from such protocols as HTTP, SMTP, FTP and TCP. The infection has been linked to a program called 3proxy, whose developers (3proxy.ru) state that the application can be disabled or deleted at any point. Even if that is true, you should not trust the site or use its services; otherwise, Program:Win32/TinyProxy removal will soon become your personal problem.

Svchost.exe is one of the malignant components that enable the malicious Trojan and its deceitful operations. The file can be found under C:\Windows\system and is responsible for reconfiguring the runtime policies, modifying SMTP server, implementing BHO, stealing passwords/usernames, downloading malicious programs and corrupting USB drives to infect removable devices plugged into your computer. Another malicious executable that can employ personal data stealing browser helper objects is winlogon.exe, which can also remove access to the Registry Editor that you could use to delete Program:Win32/TinyProxy. Note that both of these files use cloaked names, and you should be extremely careful with their removal, as you could mistake them for the authentic files.

Besides cloaked files, you may also have the PC infected with kysgxmptvvyyudwym.dll and similar components with system generated names. Unfortunately, you will not see them in the Task Manager, as access to this Windows utility will be removed by setup.exe. The file can also disable Windows Security Notifications, disrupt the Firewall, connect to remote servers and disable the safe mode, so that there would be no way for you to delete the malign infection from the computer. This component will also hide logon.exe from removal. This is highly dangerous, because logon.exe can delete processes, hijack virtual memory and make unauthorized communications to virtual chat rooms and other personal accounts.

As you may already understand, Program:Win32/TinyProxy removal is not something that can be performed easily. You may be disappointed to find out that manual removal is not recommended when dealing with this backdoor. Nonetheless, there is one more solution that could help you protect your digital security – automatic malware removal tool SpyHunter. If you install this tool, your operating Windows system will be guarded against all type of malicious infections, and if you do not want to worry about threat removal anymore, you need to protect the PC at once.

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How to manually remove Program:Win32/TinyProxy

Files associated with Program:Win32/TinyProxy infection:

winlogon.exe
svchost.exe
DriverUpdaterPro.exe
updates.exe
winlogon.exe
iMega.dll
logon.exe
svchost.exe
kysgxmptvvyyudwym.dll
setup.exe
updates.exe
setup.exe
iMega.dll
kysgxmptvvyyudwym.dll
logon.exe

Program:Win32/TinyProxy DLL's to remove:

kysgxmptvvyyudwym.dll
iMega.dll
kysgxmptvvyyudwym.dll
iMega.dll

Program:Win32/TinyProxy processes to kill:

winlogon.exe
logon.exe
svchost.exe
setup.exe
updates.exe
logon.exe
winlogon.exe
setup.exe
svchost.exe
updates.exe
DriverUpdaterPro.exe
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